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MIMARU TOKYO UENO INARICHO

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Tucked away in the heart of bustling Tokyo, lies the Mimaru Tokyo Ueno Inaricho, an oasis of calm. Conveniently located, Inaricho Station is a mere 3-minute walk away while the Ueno Station fall within a 5-minute radius and Tokyo Haneda Airport is located 17kms away with direct express trains to and from Narita Airport. The hotel lies in close proximity to temples, museums and local markets and the neighborhood blends the best of Japanese tradition and modernization. Each apartment comes with a Japanese-style bathtub with powder room and fully-equipped kitchen and provides all comforts that the travelers in group or with kids require. All apartments are 40 meter square and can accommodate 4 adults and two kids under 6-year--somewhat of a rarity in Tokyo. Multilingual staff will help you to make your Japan trip unforgettable!
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Ueno, Asakusa
Traces of the history and culture of the Edo (old Tokyo) era remain vividly in Ueno and Asakusa. Spacious Ueno Park is a great place to relax and visit a variety of different museums and galleries. At Ameyoko which starts in front of Ueno station, the grocery stores and clothing shops are crammed alongside fishmongers. It gets particularly busy at the end of the year, when many people go on shopping sprees. The town of Asakusa, developed around Sensoji temple, has many shops selling goods and clothing from old Japan, making it a great place for souvenir hunting. It's also known for various annual festivals, and the whole district gets involved with the huge Sanja Festival in May.
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We are a family of 3 and stayed for 4 nights in July. The reception area and our room were spotless and beautifully decorated. We went for a Japanese room which had two single beds, plus a space to set up two futon mattresses each night, which you can clear away and replace with cushions and low table and use the space to relax in doing the day. It felt very roomy and I loved having this Japanese feel of a ryokan. The bathroom was very nice, and I loved the washlet toilet (as did my 9 year old son!). The staff were very polite and welcoming, and super helpful. Very happy to handwrite out instructions in Japanese to pass to taxi drivers, or print out details of how to get somewhere in the train and subway network. They also gave us a smart phone to use for free with free internet access all over tokyo, super useful! Location is great with easy access to Ueno station with its many connections, also an even easier walk to Inaricho for the Ginza line. We found we tended to use Inaricho station more as easier to navigate. Its a quiet area, so very quiet at nighttime, and great for families. We flew into Haneda airports, took the monorail and then train to Ueno, and walked from the station. Ueno station is quite a big station over 3 floors and a bit confusing for the first time when you go there arriving with all your suitcases, so make sure you know what exit you're taking! Take the Iriya Exit, then its one long straight road to get to the hotel. We left via Narita, and I'd recommend taking a taxi to get to the skyliner train for Narita as its much further walk with heavy suitcases (about 1km in the taxi). Would definitely stay here again, can't find one thing to fault them on. Tokyo is a wonderful place. Thanks for a great stay, we'll be back!
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We found this hotel when looking for a place 1) for 2 adults + 2 kids, 2) on the Yamanote line to easily get around Tokyo for free with the Japan Rail Pass, and 3) close to Tokyo Station, a major metro area. Mimaru exceeded our expectations. It is a recently constructed modern hotel - everything looks and feels updated, with top notch fit and finish. Its a 5min walk from the Ueno station, which is also a hopping metro area with lots of restaurants. A grocery store is a 3min walk, to get supplies to cook on your own (we cooked our own breakfasts and saved ¥¥¥¥). Our "western style" room was large enough to have 2 twin beds, two sofa beds (also twin), a kitchenette with fridge / microwave / kettle / stove / cutlery and crockery, 2 closets, bath + shower. We also had a floor to ceiling window and a smaller window, which let in lots of light in mornings and evenings. The air-conditioning was silent and effective in the 85 degree and humid weather. They also courteously rented us a toaster and a TV box for next to nothing. An self-serve amenities bar near the front desk has free toiletries/other essentials. There's a coin operated laundry also near the front-desk, a load washed/dried costs $5-6. It rained a lot, but you could just borrow umbrellas from the hotel. A member of staff, Kyran, told us that Mimaru stood for hospitality to everyone from all over the world. We definitely felt that - him and others made our stay extremely pleasant by offering us directions, calling us taxis, suggesting places to go and more. Kyran even remembered both my and my wife's name, and would greet us personally, which made it a pleasure to visit. We found it very easy every day to walk over to the train (very doable with a 5 year old), and visiting many of the sights of Tokyo. Surprisingly, Ueno zoo (which has 3 pandas!) and Tokyo Museum are actually a 10-15m walk from the hotel. Summing up, an amazing cost-effective place to stay to explore this incredible city. I'd recommend it to all. My only con is that the room didn't have a coffee maker :)
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Response from MimaruInaricho, Front Office Manager at MIMARU TOKYO UENO INARICHO
Responded 3 weeks ago
Dear n0sferatu, Thank you for taking time to share your thorough feedback on your recent Mimaru experience to other travelers on TripAdvisor. Your satisfaction is very important to us and we could not be happier knowing you were impressed by the hospitality shown by our hardworking staff.We extend our sincere gratitude for your helpful feedback and look forward to continuing on improving our property in every way we can. Kyran and the rest of the team members also extend their regards for the lovely feedback. Once again, thank for your preference. We hope to welcome you and your family back either here at Mimaru Inaricho or any other locations throughout Tokyo or Kyoto. Front Team
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Most comfort and warm hotel ever! 2018 newly built. Furniture is from MUJI. Room space is enough for two or three people and has almost all utilities such as kitchen uses. Nice service and we had an unforgettable memory stay.
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had a great start to our Japan trip at the Mimaru Tokyo Ueno Iraricho. Great location near Asakusa, wonderful area to walk around. absolutely close enough to trains. beds were good, bathroom as well. seems to be a newer hotel and this is a benefit. small kitchen handy--stovetop, fridge and basic dishes. you can walk to a grocery store, a million restaurants. Our family of 4, with a 10 and 14 year old fit just perfectly in this spacious room with 2 Japanese style futons and 2 adjoining twins. excellent AC.
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Response from MimaruInaricho, Front Office Manager at MIMARU TOKYO UENO INARICHO
Responded 1 week ago
Dear GaGefamily, Thank you for staying with us during your Tokyo trip and sharing warm review on your recent stays. Your pleasant comment on our rooms and locations are highly appreciated. Such motivating comments from our guests are energy for us. Thank you for the opportunities we were entrusted with this time. We hope to see you again the next time you are in Japan, either here or at one of our other locations throughout Tokyo and Kyoto. Front Team
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This was an ideal location. Staff was fantastic. Laundry (with rare dryers) made our trip manageable. Would stay with this chain again, as it’s hard to find rooms to accommodate 4 people. Mostly, just easy to see much of the city.
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Response from MimaruInaricho, Front Office Manager at MIMARU TOKYO UENO INARICHO
Responded 1 week ago
Dear StaciaEH, Thanks for leaving us such a wonderful review. We are thrilled that you loved your experience; our staff will definitely be happy to read what you wrote. We put customer experience and satisfaction as our priority, and your review reaffirms the hard work we put in every day. Thanks for your kind words and we hope to see you again the next time you are in Japan, either here or at one of our other locations throughout Tokyo and Kyoto. Front Team
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PRICE RANGE
$234 - $410 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKantoTokyo PrefectureTokyoTaitoUeno, Asakusa
NUMBER OF ROOMS
39
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